Oh, Boy! 2003

Opened: October 17, 2003
Closing: October 19, 2003

Oh, Boy! - 2003 - Off-Broadway History , Info & More

Theatre at St. Peter's Church
Citicorp Center (619 Lexington Ave. at 54th St.) New York, NY

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Bailey Zimmerman Shares New Song 'Holy Smokes'
by Michael Major - Feb 23, 2024

Discover the latest release from Bailey Zimmerman with her new song 'Holy Smokes' out now. Learn more about this exciting new track! Zimmerman co-wrote the track with frequent collaborator, Austin Shawn, as well as Ben Stennis, Michael Tyler and Lauren Hungate.

Album Review: Steven Pasquale SOME OTHER TIME With John Pizzarelli Sweet, Sublime, and Sensational
by Erin Samms - Feb 23, 2024

Some Other Time is an undemanding, easygoing, friendly and palatable album that is going to land on your “Most Played” list on your phone.

Review: ALADDIN at Princess Of Wales
by Ilana Lucas - Feb 23, 2024

The story of the ascendance of young Aladdin from “street rat” to sultan in Agrabah, this morality tale about the importance of pure-heartedness, self-determination and using your power to help others is a straightforward, fun show that expands slightly on the original film’s memorable musical numbers.

Omarion Announces Tour In Collaboration With The Black Promoters Collective
by Michael Major - Feb 22, 2024

Don't miss out on the latest R&B vibes as Platinum-Selling Artist Omarion collaborates with the Black Promoters Collective for the 'Omarion: Vbz on Vbz Tour' featuring Vedo and Tone Stith. Get all the details here!

Horizon Theatre's Remount Of NATASHA, PIERRE AND THE GREAT COMET OF 1812 Extends
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 20, 2024

Horizon Theatre has extended the remount of NATASHA, PIERRE AND THE GREAT COMET OF 1812. Learn more about the show and see how to purchase tickets.

A Cappella Group Straight No Chaser Announces 90s Tour This Summer
by Michael Major - Feb 20, 2024

Straight No Chaser has recruited 90s idols as special guests on several of the tour dates – Lisa Loeb, whose song “Stay (I Missed You)” from the soundtrack to Reality Bites celebrates its 30th anniversary this year will join on six dates, and boy band O-Town, will join on four dates with an additional appearance by Chris Kirkpatrick (*NSYNC).

Andre De Shields, SONDHEIM UNPLUGGED, and More To Play 54 Below Next Week
by Blair Ingenthron - Feb 17, 2024

Check out the lineup at 54 Below next week here!

by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 16, 2024

Andy Crosten, an original and founding member of the Golden Gays Drag Troupe will don the kitten heels of Blanche Devereaux one more time in New York City. See where and when you can catch the show!

The Tano Jones Revelry Release Debut Album 'Spinning North'
by Michael Major - Feb 16, 2024

THE TANO JONES REVELRY has released their debut album 'SPINNING NORTH'. Stream, share, and purchase the album now! Along the way, Jones pieced together what would become Spinning North with co-producer Andy Patalan of the band Sponge at Soup Can Studios located in the Motor City.

National Alliance for Musical Theatre Reveals 2023/2024 Writers Residency Grant Recipients
by Stephi Wild - Feb 15, 2024

The National Alliance for Musical Theatre has announced the NAMT Member Theatre and Writer Recipients for the 2023/2024 Writers Residency Grants, part of the Frank Young Fund for New Musicals. Learn more about the recipients here!

Taylor Mac, Janice Amaya & More to Star in Sarah Ruhl's ORLANDO at Signature Theatre
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 14, 2024

Signature Theatre has revealed the cast of Spotlight Resident Sarah Ruhl’s Orlando, adapted from Virginia Woolf’s novel and directed by Will Davis.

Review: Palm Canyon Theatre's SOMETHING ROTTEN Proves a Rose by Any Other Name Never Smelled as Sweet
by Charlie Thomas - Feb 14, 2024

History credits the first modern musical production to the year 1866 and a little-known work called “The Black Crook” that premiered in New York on September 12 of that year.  It was credited as the first play that added dance and original music to help tell the story.  But after seeing Palm Canyon Theatre’s newest production of “Something Rotten”, maybe the historians have it wrong.

Interview: Alan Cumming Brings His One-Man Show to The Hobby Center
by Brett Cullum - Feb 12, 2024

It's me, and I have a band. I sing songs and tell stories all under the theme or the umbrella of getting older, and what is age appropriateness, and things I've noticed about getting older. Mostly, it’s about why is it that we, as a culture, have decided that getting older is the worst possible thing that can happen to us when, of course, it's the only thing that is inevitable in our lives apart from death. And I just I'm really curious about that.

Freya Beer Releases New Track 'Write Her Off (WHO)'
by Michael Major - Feb 12, 2024

“Write Her Off (WHO)” finds Freya Beer continuing her stellar trajectory from the heart of darkness. Recorded in London with Paul Burnley at The Social and Jack O'Hea at FOLD Studios. The track also sees Freya working with long-time collaborators Dave Fidler and Ray Mitchell who undertook mixing duties at The Fuse in Manchester.

Six Points Theater Presents The World Premiere Of THE MONEYLENDER'S DAUGHTER This March
by A.A. Cristi - Feb 9, 2024

Discover the untold story of Shylock and his daughter Jessica in the world premiere of 'The Moneylender's Daughter' at Six Points Theater.

Andrew Barth Feldman, Krysta Rodriguez, Antonio Cipriano  and More Will Take Part in 13: THE MUSICAL Benefit Concert
by Nicole Rosky - Feb 9, 2024

Andrew Barth Feldman, Lawrence Woodmere Academy, and Zneefrock Productions will present 13: The Musical as a benefit concert for the Barbra Barth Feldman Performing Arts Center

Interview: Playwright Catya McMullen on the World Premiere of ARROWHEAD produced by IAMA Theatre Company
by Shari Barrett - Feb 9, 2024

Catya McMullen (pictured), a native New Yorker, now finds herself at home in Los Angeles. While working in film and television, her life-long love of theater inspired her to write plays. The world premiere of Arrowhead is her first being presented here, produced by IAMA at Atwater Village Theatre, directed by Jenna Worsham. I decided to speak with Catya about her journey to writing the play, why she set it in Arrowhead, its themes, and how it speaks to different generations of women about love and sexual identity.

Monica Is Joining Nicki Minaj on Her 'Pink Friday 2' North American Tour
by Michael Major - Feb 8, 2024

Multi-platinum 25-million-plus selling Grammy Award-winning singer, songwriter, philanthropist, entrepreneur, and actress Monica will be joining Nicki Minaj on her Pink Friday 2 North American Headline tour as her Special Guest. Monica shared the news earlier when she stopped by The Jennifer Hudson show in Los Angeles!

Jimmy Eat World To Support Fall Out Boy On 'So Much For (2our) Dust' Dates; First Time Both Bands Have Toured Together
by Michael Major - Feb 8, 2024

It's hard to believe that this is the first time both bands — who simultaneously elevated emo rock from an underground scene to a national phenomenon — have toured together. Tickets for their “So Much for (Tour) Dust” dates are going fast, with low ticket availability in multiple markets — and the Seattle and New York dates are sold out!

Mountain Stage Releases Recording Of Indigo Girls 'Closer To Fine'
by Michael Major - Feb 8, 2024

The album will feature a collection of live performances from various artists captured during Mountain Stage tapings over the past four decades, including Rhiannon Giddens, Margo Price, John Prine, Jason Isbell, Tyler Childers, and Birds of Chicago featuring Allison Russell among many others.

Pushcart Players Perform 'Lift Every Voice: A Letter to the Editor' This Month
by Stephi Wild - Feb 7, 2024

Pushcart Players will present “Lift Every Voice: A Letter to the Editor” on February 22 the The Levoy Theatre in Millville, NJ. Learn more about the performance and find out how to attend here!

Review: JIM CARUSO'S CAST PARTY Open Mic at Birdland Means Much Mirth and Music for Mondays
by Rob Lester - Feb 7, 2024

Wondering what JIM CARUSO'S CAST PARTY at Birdland is like? It's the open mic montage of Broadway, cabaret, etc., etc., etc. etc. etc. etc. Every Monday at 9:30 at Birdland, variety is the spice of life, continuing a years-long tradition. Read all about it.

Oh Boy Records Confirms 'TN To TX: The Road To Luck Reunion' Tour Next Month
by Michael Major - Feb 6, 2024

Upcoming stops include Muscle Shoals' For the Record, Memphis' Minglewood Hall, Nashville's The Blue Room and New Orleans' Chickie Wah Wah, with the tour wrapping March 14 at Luck Reunion, where they will meet up with Oh Boy Records' latest signee, the legendary Swamp Dogg.

FELICITY Announces New Single Feat. Point North
by Michael Major - Feb 6, 2024

Known for capturing the essence of pure rock 'n' roll with big performances, anthemic hooks, and melodic riffs, FELICITY's rise to prominence has been nothing short of remarkable. With their infectious collaboration hit, 'Emo Trash,' and subsequent releases like 'Levitate', 'GOD MODE', and “Kill ‘Em All”, as the band is a force to be reckoned with.

NOAHFINNCE Releases New Single '3 DAY HEADACHE'; Will Play Gramercy Theatre in March
by Blair Ingenthron - Feb 3, 2024

NOAHFINNCE US headline tour with support from Chase Petra, Teenage Joans, and TX2. Tour kicks off on March 14th and includes a stop at Gramercy Theatre on March 19th.


Let's Make a Night of It
You Never Knew About Me
An Old-Fashioned Wife
A Pal Like You
Till the Clouds Roll By
A Little Bit of Ribbon
The First Day of May
Rolled Into One
Oh, Daddy, Please
Nesting Time (in Flatbush)
Words Are Not Needed (Every Day)
Flubby Dub, the Cave-Man
Ain't It a Grand and Glorious Feeling
The Batchelor
Be a Litle Sunbeam
When the Orchestra Is Playing Your Favorite Dance
Why Can't They Hand It to Me?
That's the Kind of Man I'd Like to Be
The Letter Song
Loving by Proxy
The Land Where the Good Songs Go
Wedding Bells Are Calling Me
You're Here and I'm Here
A Package of Seeds
Oh, Boy! has had 5 productions including Broadway which opened in 1917, Broadway which opened in 1917, West End which opened in 1919, Off-Broadway which opened in 1985 and Off-Broadway which opened in 2003.